Some of my favorite people are RD/RDNs. I’ve been blessed to teach with many inspiring, kind, knowledgeable, and dynamic dietitians over a span of more than 20 years. They are trailblazers and advocates for improving the health of our communities, in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. They have the best teaching tools (who doesn’t love the rubber grapes, food samples, and empty cereal boxes) and a breadth of knowledge that they excitedly share with their diabetes community and colleagues alike.
To celebrate Nutrition Month, we are highlighting a leader in the field and our Diabetes Virtual Conference expert nutrition instructor, Ashley LaBrier.
Ashley LaBrier, MS, RD, CDCES, is an innovator in the field of diabetes, nutrition, and technology. As a speaker, consultant and the Diabetes Education Program Coordinator at the Salinas Valley Medical Clinic’s Diabetes & Endocrine Center, she is passionate about providing person-centered education to empower those who live with diabetes. Having been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes herself nearly 20 years ago, she combines her professional knowledge with personal experience and understanding.
For the past 3 years, I have loved watching her presentations at our Virtual Conference. Ashley seamlessly blends her clinical experience with the ADA Standards to create a very meaningful education experience for participants. I especially love her person-centered approach and real-life strategies to provide inclusive diabetes care. Attendees give her rave reviews and frequently comment on her in-depth knowledge, clarity, and evidence-based content.
Whether you are new to diabetes or a seasoned expert, you’ll benefit from this virtual conference with the latest research plus critical content that you can immediately apply to your clinical practice.
If you are seeking a state-of-the-art review of current diabetes care, this course is for you. Our team has been fine-tuning this course for over fifteen years, and we know what you need. This program can also be a great addition to your CDCES or BC-ADM exam study plan.
All hours earned count toward your CDCES Accreditation Information
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